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VOLUME xx.
WOODSFIELD, MONKOE COUNTY. OHIO. .1TJLY 22. 1863.
NUMBER 20
THE
SPIRIT
I
THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY
WILLIAMS & WEST Proprietors.
JOHN S. WAY Editor.
WOODSFIELD, JULY 22, 1863.
"A union of hearts, a union of hanc
A union that none may sever ;
A union of lakes, a union of lands,
The American Union forever."
Democratic Platform.
"THE UNION AS IT WAS, AND
THE CONSTITUTION AS IT IS!"
" I hold that this Govei nment was mode
on tha WHITE BASIS, by WHITE
MEN, for the benefit of WHITE MEN,
and their POSTERITY forever." Ste
phen A. Douglas.
Democratic State Ticket.
FOR GOVERNOR,
L. VALLANDIGHAM,
c.
Of Montgomery County.
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR,
GEORGE E. FITGH,
Of Hamilton County.
AUDITOR OP STATE,
WILLIAM HIBBABD,
Of Logan County.
TREASURER OF STATE,
HORACE S. KSAPPj
Of Ashland County.
SUPREME JUDGE,
F. VAN TRUMP,
Of Fairfield County.
BOARD OF IUBLIC WORKS,
JOHN II. II EATON,
Of Belmont County.
Bty " The stone which the builders re
fused is become the head stone of the
corner." Psalm cxviii, 22.
Democratic County Ticket.
representative,
JOHN KEYSER,
PROBATE judge,
W. T. SINCLAIR.
SHERIFF,
GEO. W. CARROTHERS,
PROSECUTING attorney,
JAS. O. AMOS,
TREASURER,
WILLIAM READ,
commissioner,
FM. F. BOOTH,
CORONER,
M. FAGERT,
INFIRMARY DIRECTOR,
JOSEPH MOOSE.
An Apology.
Our readers will understand, by refer
ence to Got. Todd's proclamation calling
out the militia, the reason why we do not
issue a full sheet this week, when we in
form them that all hands are high pri
vates in Capt. Fie aman's Co., ordered to
Camp at Marietta. What we will have
to do when we get there is a question
which is frequently asked, but not yet
answered.
The proclamation gives all the infor
mation we have on the subject. So far
as we have learned the Monroe County
militia will, all be at Marietta in the course
f three or four
Port Hudson.
Wabhinoton, July 14. The Rich
mond Enquirer of to-day has a despatch,
dated Mobile 13th to General Cooper, sta
tin;; that the New Orleans Era of the 10th
announces the unconditional surrender of
Port Hudson at 7 o'clock on the 9th.
VaJlaodigham in Canada.
Buffalo, July 15. Vallandighara ar
rived at the Clifton "House in Canada at
4 o'cloek this morning.
New York, July 15. Gold 28.
We print this off to-day, July 16th
but the paper is dated and mailed the
same as the regular issue, We give the
news up to last tbureday.
PROCLAMATION BY
GOVERNOR.
THE
Columbus, O.; July 12.
Whereas, This State is in imminent
danger of invasion by an armed force,
Now, therefore to prevent the same, I
David Tod, Governor of the State of
Ohio, and Commander-in-Chief ofthe mi
litia force thereof, by virtue of the author
ity vested in me by the constitution and
laws of said State do hereby call into ac
tive service that portion of the militia
force which has been organized into com
panies, within the counties of Hamilton,
Butler, Montgomery, Clermont Brown,
Clinton, Warren, Greene, Fayette, Ross,
Monroe, Washington, Morgan, Noble,
Athens, Meigs, Scioto, Jackson, Adams,
Vinton, Hocking, Lawrence, Pickaway,
Franklin, Madison, Fairfield, Clark, Pre
ble, Pike, Gallia, Highland, and Perry.
I do hereby further order all such forces
residing within the counties of Hamil
ton, Butler, Preble and Clermont, to re
port forthwith to Major General A. E.
Burnside, at his Headquarters in the city
of Cincinnati, who is hereby authorized
and required to cause said forces to be
organized into battallions or regiments,
and'appoint all necessary officers therefor.
And it is further ordered that all such
torces residing in the counties of Mont
gomery, Warren, Clinton, Fayette, Ross,
Highland and Boone, report forthwith to
Col. NefF, the commander at Camp Den
nison, who is hereby authorized to organize
aid forces into battallions or regiment-,
and appoint temporarily, officers therefor;
and it is further ordered that all of such
forces residing in the counties of Franklin.
Madison, Clark, Green, Pickaway and
Fairfield, report forthwith at Camp Chase,
to Brie. Gen. John S. Mason, who is
hereby authorized to organize said forces
into batallions or regiments and appoint
temporary officers; therefore it is further
ordered that all of such forces residing in
the counties of Washington, Monroe, No
ble, Meigs, Morgan. Perrv Hockine and
W ' k C7
.thens, report forthwith to Col. Wm. R.
Pu'nam at Camp Marietta, who is hereby
authorized to organize said forces into
batallions or regiments, and appoint offi
cers therefor.
DAVID TOD, Governor.
Democratic Meeting,
Dr. J.D. O'Connerand James R. Morris
will addre.is the people at Baresville, on
Saturday July the 25th at 3 o'clock P. M.
Let there be a general attendance.
Resisting the Draft.
New York, July 13. A mob at the
3d Avenue at the conscription office drove
off the officials and fired the building.
The mob wont allow the firemen to work.
They also destroyed all the telegraph
wires in the vicinity, and are evidently
bent on mischief. The regulars from
Governor's Island are being sent to the
scene. -
New York, July 14, 4 P. M. The
Post says bodies of rioters to-day visited
the large manufacturing establishments,
forcing the laborers to join them, and
forbidding the loading of ships, &e. Up
to this hour several houses have been sack
ed, included Mayor Opdyke's. Confla
grations are occurring momentarily, and
this mob which seems to be divided into
separate crowds are bent on plunder, pil-
age and robbery of persons.
The merchants have held a meeting
and about two thousand have just march
ed up Broadway to enroll themselves as a
special police.
There has been several collisions with
the military and police, in which the riot,
crs have been worsted.
Detachments of troops with 2 pieces of
ordinance under Col. O'Brien, charged on
the rioters at 9 o'clock on the 14th in
stant. Three rounds of blank catridge
were fired from the cannon and the mob
hastitily dispersed, threatening to come
back soon with arms.
A comyany of infantry was stoned in
Pitts street, when the Lieutenant ordered
the company to company to fire, which it
did, killing several of the scoundrels, the
rest fleeing.
Some 5000 effective troops are expected
in the city this evening. The meb is
quife dense in City Hall Park where Gov.
Seymdar addressed it stating that he had
sent his Adj't General to-Washington to
request the draft to bo stopped and im
plored the crowdJo respect property and
persons and the State Mould see that al
4:30 P. M. All the omnibusses have
stopped running, and the horse cars are
also under threat of the mob. A body of
infantry and artillery are stationed at the
Hudson River 11. R. depot to protect it
from a large mob congregated there. The
large pork packing factory was burned by
the mob this morning. A block of nine
buildings, including a planing mill, on
129th st, was burned by the mob at 9
o'clock this morning. The mob this mor
ning took possession of a tenement block
on 34th street, but was driven out by the
infantry, who shot and killed several of
them. They set a school house on fire in
17th street, but it was extinguished. The
mob attacked a detachment of marines
near Delancey st, when the latter fired,
killing three and wounding six.
New York, July 14, 4 P. M. Gov.
Seymour, has issued a proclamation sta
ting that the riotous demonstation which
originated in opposition to tho conscrip
tion has swelled to vast proportions. He
says he knows many would not have gone
to such extremes unless apprehensive of
injustico; but reminds them that the only
opposition which can be allowed is an ap
peal to the courts, and the right to appeal
will be maintained, and the decision of
the courts must be resj e3 ed, riotous pro
ceedings must and sh;. 11 ba put down; the
laws of he State must be enforced; peace
and ordor maintained aud lives and prop
erty protected. He then calls on the riot
ers to retire, declaring he will use all nec
essary power to restore order.
Provost Marshal Nugent has been noti
fied from Washington to suspend the draft.
THE WHEREABOUTS OF
MORGAN RAIDERS
THE
Cincinnati, July 14. Morgan' forcess
crossed the little Miami railroad between
Loveland and Camp Dcnnison at noon to
day, capturing a train of three coaches
and 1 baggage car, burned it and had a
slight skirmish at Camp Dcnnison and
burned 50 government wagons near Love
land. They left in a southeasterly di
rection and are reputed having passed Ba
tavia. They are respecting private prop
erty, only taking fresh horses and neces
sary subsistence, since crossing the Ohio
river. Morgan has cut seven railroads,
none of which sustained
serious damage.
All trains running as usual.
FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTO
MAC. Headquarters Army of the Poto
mac, July 14. Lee's army has with
drawn from its position around Williams
port yesterday and last night, and rccross
ed the Potomac by a Pontoon bridge at
Flailing Waters, and flat boats at the Wil
liamsport Ferry. A portion of General
Pleasauton's cavalry entered YVilliains
port this morning and captured many
prisoners. Lee had previously sent over
all his plunder trains &c. A general
movement was ordered this morning, and
our columns were in motion at an early
hour but found the entrenchments vacated.
Federal Cavalry Occupy Fall
ing Waters
Washington,. July 14. Tin? following
despatch has just been received:
Headquarters Army of Potomac, )
July 14, 3 P. M. j
To H. W. lialleck, General in Chief;
My cavalry now occupies Falling
Waters, having overtaken aud captured a
brigade of infantry 1500 strong, 2 guns,
2 caissons, 2 battle flags and a large num
ber of small arras.
The enemy is all across the Potomac.
Signed. G. G. Meade.
Fortress Monroe, July 13 Fort
Powhattan, on James river, was takn pes
session of yesterday by our fleet. All the
men and guns had been removed.
The gunboat Union, just from Charles
ton, bound to New York, reports all oft
Morris Island captured except Fort Wag
ner. The enemy's loss in killed, wounded
and prisoners is between 700 and 800.
The attack commenced last Friday morning-
The Union left on Monday afternoon,
at which time the seigc of Fort Wagner
was progressing with every prospect of a
speedy capture. Five Monitors were en-
red.
ATTENTION COAL DEALERS!
You are requested to meet at the Court
Heuse in Woodsfield on the first day of
August, next, ler the -purpose ot hxing
the price of coal. 3w.
WWe want every Democrat in Mon
roe County to have a copy of Vallandig
bam s .Record," to enable them to refute
the slanders of the abolition nnrtv.-
e have just received a lot of them and
hope every voter will avail themseves of
the opportunity thus afforded to secure a
copy. Fnce GO cents.
iSIhat excellent paper, the Wayne
n . . i .
cuuui y uemoerat. in its last issue, tnus
expresses the true position :
"TWO THINGS."
"Tbe Democracy have determined :
"1. That Jefferson Davis shall not be
allowed, to destroy the Union.
2. 'That Lincoln shal not interfere with
tho freedom of speech or liberty of the
press.
"Jeff and Abe will please take notice."
8"Any "Life-Long Democrat," who
is willing to do dirty work, can find con
stant employment, and big wages, by ap
plication to the Republican State Central
Committee.
MARTIAL LAW RE VuKED IN CIN
CINNATI. Cincinnati, July 15. The city will be
released from martial law tomorrow.
Morgan this afternoon was within 12
miles of Hillsbaro, Highlaud county, aud
is supposed to be moving east.
From tlie Potomae-
Headquarters Army of tii k Potomac.
July 148:30 P. M.
To H. W. Aalleck, General in-chief ':
My cavalry have captured 500 prisoners
additional to those previously reported.
Gen. Petigrew, of the Confederate army,
was killed this this morning in the attack
he rear guard, His body is in our hands.
Signed GEORGE G. MEADE,
Major-General.
AltOUSE,MEX of MONROE!
Rally to the support of Your Country's
Flaa. bu responding to the 1'rcsident's
last call for Six Month's Men.
Our homes are endangered by the rebel
hord. Who will not rally tdrthe protec
tion of his own fire-side?' Soldiers who
have been fighting for your homes for
more than 2 years, at last have extended
to you individually a rcrjuci-i. to rush to
their support. Men, now is the time to
save yourselves from a draft. Do it for
your country calls.
We, the undersigned are now recruiting
a company in Woodsfield, for the six
mouths service. Our company is about
one-half full. Wc leave for camp abou
the Cth of July, 1SC3. So gentlemen
embrace this opportunity and save your
selves. H. f. FORD,
JOSIAH SINCLAIR,
Kecruitiug Officers.
Administrator's Sale,
TOTICE is hereby given that the un
t dersigned Administrator of the Ks
tset of Peter Duvig deceased, will offer for
sale at public auction, on the prenrses.
On Saturday, the loth day of August 1803.
between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and 4
o'olock p. m., on said day, the following
premises, situate in Monroe County, Ohio,
to wit:
The undivided one half of a part of the
north weft quarter ef section thirty six,
township three and range three, beginning at
the north west corner of said Section, thence
south with the section line about one hun
dred and twenty rods to a stake on said line
set between Christian Shindler and William
McTntyre, thence east with the north bounda
ry of said Shindler'a laud to the oust bouu
dary of said quarter section, thence north
to the north east corner, of ssid quarter sec
tion, thence west with the section line to tbe
place of beginning, containing one hundred
and fifteen acres more or less.
TKRMS OF SALE One-third cash in hand,
one-third in one year, and one-third in two
years, with interest on the deferred payments,
to be secured to the satisfaction of the un
dersigned. DANIEL FANKHAUSEK, Ad'm. of
Peter Unrig, deceased.
July 15, 1863. W
Administrator's Sale.
lOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned as Administrator of t te
Estate of Daniel Fankhouser sr, dee'd, will of
fer for sale at public auction, on the premises,
On Saturday, tlie 8th duy of August, 18G3
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in., and 4
o'clock p. m., on said day, the following de- j
scribed real estate, situate in .Monroe county,
Ohio, to wit- ,
The eait half of the north eait quarter of
quart
recti m twenty-four in township three aud
range three, excepting fifteen acres sold off
the South end to John Fankhausur, contain
ing sixty five acres more or les.
Terms One-third cash iu hand,, one-third
in one year, and one-third in two years, with
i iterest on the deferred payments, to be se
cured to the satisfaction of the undersigned.
DANIiiL FANKH AUSEK, jr. Adm'r, f
Daniel Fankhauser, sr., peceased.
Sheriff's Sale.
George M. Woodbridge,
against
William J. Tidd.
BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
to me directed from the Court of Commou
Pleas of Monroe Connty, Ohio, I will offer
for sale at public auction, at the front door
of the oourt-hoase, in the town of Woods
field, in said county, between the hours of 10
o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. Af., on
Saturday the &th day of August, 1803.
the following described real estate, situate in
said county, to wit:
The south west qnarter of the north west
quarter of section three, township four, range
four; containing 40 acres more or less.
Taken in execution and ievied upon as the
property of Willi:. m J. Tidd, at the suit of
George M. Woodbridge.
GEO. W. CARROTHERS,
Sheriff, HL C. O.
July 8, 1863,
Notice in Attachment,
Charles Fox, Plaintiff,
against
Robert Folger, Defendant.
BEFORE John J. Egger, J. P., of Jlfa'.aga
Township, Monroe County, Ohio, on tln
9th day of June 1803, said justice issued an
order of Attachment in the above action, fc
tbe sum of eight dollars and 76 cents debt,
and about ten dollars costs.
CHARLES FOX, Defendant.
June 24, 1863 4w. pd.
NOTICE
I
S hereby given, that sealed proposals will
be received at the Auditor's Office, ATouroe
County, Ohio, until the
First Monday in September next,
for furnishing .1200 bushels of good Coal for
the use of ooUrt-honse and County offices, to
be delivered by the first day of October next.
Bjr order o the Commissioners.
M. HOEFFLEll,
Auditor, X. C. O.
June 10, 1863.
Lineage i tlic jLayal Lea
guers. It is amusing as well as interesting to
recall the names by which the opposition
to the Democratic party have been known
since the Revolution. Most, thouirh not
all, the different parties that have attempt
ed the overthrow of Democracy since the
formation of our government are named in
the following list, for like tbo color, plat
forms and pretensions of the persons com
prising them, they are
iunumerabitt. !
i'hey were:
In 1775, Loyalists, or Loyal to Kign
George, or Torie.
In 177ti, .Loyal Tories.
In 1780, Nova Scotia Cow-Boys and
Tories.
In 17SG, Convention Monarchists.
In 178'J, Black Cockaders.
In 1808, Anti-Jefferson Improvement
Men.
In 1811, British Bank Men.
In 1812, Peace and Submission Men.
In 1813, Blue Lights.
In lyl4, Hartford Cunvetitionists.
In 181G, Washington Society Men.
In
In
In
In
In
In
In
ISIS, No Party Men.
181'J, I-ederuls.
1820, Federal .Republicans.
loiiti, National Republicans..
1828, Anti-Masons.
1834, Anti-'Mascsonio Men.
lSoli, Conservatives.
A great mind, without the nutrition
of adversity, would starve.
Xfeg"-To pluck thorns from the bosoms
of others is to plant roses in our ouw.
Democracy foievet !
REJOICINGS.
The nomination of the gallant Val
i.ANDtciii am is ha led with ecstacies of
delight by alltrua Union men throughout
the loyal States. It is the harbinger oft
better days; it points to the overthrow of
fanaticism and forebodes the return ol
peace and Union to this hitherto blessed
land. Ihe treasury leeches and public
plunderers, who arc growing fat upon the
toil and blood of au oppressed people,
swear in their wrath and cry out in an
guish and despair .gainst our noble stand
ard bearer; but the wise and good men
who love the Union for its own sake
rejoice that reason is resuming her throne
and the spirit of the fathers of tlic Repub
lic is again finding an abode in the hearts
of their children. Darke Co. Democrat.
Appointed Clerk.
Thomas Brown, a brother' of "old John
Brown," the hero of the Harper's Ferry
Massacre, has been appointed to a
clerkship in the Treasury Department, he
having become tired of the army and re
signed. Washington Paper.
We expect to henr that all the fewhriiv i
of John Brown hari been pensioned mm.'
the Government for the eminent services
old John Brown pcrfoimed in this war at
ilarper s rerry.
The Browns are all Abolition Saints of
the purest water.
"Devoted to the Union fraui the begin
ning I will not desert it now in ..this the
hour of its sorest trial." C. L. Yallan
digham. Although the Abolitionists that hy per
secuting Vallandigham, to make him dis
loyal hoped by transporting him from
the State in violation of the Constitution.
, lh!lt thcy couM drive him n(p deserting
'his country, the exile exclaimed wheu
j . ., - . , ,
iorceu irom nis iamny, menus ana eoun-
try, "am a citizen of Ohio and loi"l to
the Government of the United Stales."
Legal JS'otxe,
HERRAN, of Hamilton Connty, Ohio,
John MoManime, William Dougherty and
ATargaret Dougherty his wife, Tnomas Mc
Manime Rebecca J. AtcATanime and Thomas
Harran of Monroe County, Ohio, John Herr
ran of he ttate of California, Martin Herrau
of the State of Kentucky and Robert Raper
and Rebecca Raper his wife of the State of
Wisconsin, will take notice that a petition
was filed against tbem on the 22d day of June
1863, in the Court of Common Pleas of Mon
roe County, Ohio, by Matthew Dougherty and
Mary Dougherty his wife, and is now pend-
ing wherein said .afa'.thew Dougherty and
Mary his wife, demand partition of the follow
ing real estate, in said County of Monroe, to
wit. The south west quarter of the south
east quarter of section 22, in township 3, and
range 5, containing 41 acres, more or less.
Alto, the northeast quarter of the south east
quarter of section, township and range afore
said, containing 41 acres, moie or less, and
also 31 acres of land off the south west corner
! of section 16, in sataQ township and ranee.
bounded on the north by lands of David
Kirkbride, on the east by Kinkade, and on the
south and west by the section line, and that
at the next term of said Court, said petition
ers will apply for an order that partition may
be made of said premises.
HOLLISTER & OKEY,
Att'ys for Petitioners.
July 1, 1863 6w.
Legal Notice.
MARGARET KENNEDY, widow of James
Kennedy, deceased, Samuel J. Casey aud
Afary Casey his wife, James Kennedy, John
Kennedy and Margaret Kennedy of Monroe
County, State of Ohio, will take notice that
a petition was filed apaiust them on the 2!)th
day of June A. D. 1 863, in the Court of Com
mon Pleas of said County, by William Ken
nedy, and is now pending wherein the said
William Kennedy demands partition of the
following real estate, situate in said County,
to wit:
The east half of the south west quarter of
section nineteen, township seveu, and range
seven, containing eighty acres, more or less;
:ind that at he next term of said Court the
said William Kennedy will apply for an order
that partition may be made of said premises.
HOLLISTER & O EY,
Att'ys for Petitioner.
July 1, 1863 6w.
LET EVERY FREEMAN'S MOTTO
BE, "VALLANDIGHAM AND LIBERTY."
VALL A.NDIG HAM'S RECORD.
This Work ontains the principal Speeches.
Hon. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, on
A30LITION, and UNION, and THE CIVIL WaiB
Also, parts of other Speeches, Letters, notes
etc., to which is added a briet account of hi.
arrest, trial, transportation and nomination
It is thus a full ;;nl accurate record of hi:
sentiiuents and leading public aits on tin
great questions now before the people. Thi
book shows why Mr. VaUandlghMn has best)
repudiated, condemned and exiled by the par
iu Powr, and why another party now gain
ing strength every liour, ana destined soon to
control public affairs, has determined to eg
cure his restoration to the full rights of citi
zenship, and confer npon hi in some of tht
bighest offices in the gift of the people.
The friends cf Mr. V. ask nothing more
than that the people of Ohio will thoioughly
examine his Record, and let their deliberate
and unbiased judgment be xpresscd by their
votes on the second Tuesday iu October.
1'he wor is handsomely printed on good pa
per, "56 pages, large G vo., and has it very
tinely . XK iited steel engraved likeness of Mr.
Vallantigham.
The boos has been care'oMy compiled and
edited. Also, revised and approved by Mr.
. V allandigtiam exeept last 8 pages, prepared
jd in ing his exile. It is having a very rapid
sale.
PRICE Paper covers, CO ct.; Cloth, $1,.
OV: delivered by mail or express, prepaid, on
receipt of price.
A liberal discount to Agents and Dealers
Published bv.
J, WALTER & CO., Columbus, O.
Female at the effice of the Spirit of Dem
ocracy, A j copy will be sent to every editor who in
serts ihe above and rbf( notice before August
1st, 186?, and sends a marked copy of his pa
per to the publisheis.
Woodsfield High School.
A Special Session of this School for the
benefit of Teachers and those qualify
ing themselves for teaching, will commence on
Monday, August the 3rd, 1863,
a I continue three months.
TERMS, m ADVAXCE.
Common English branches per session
or any part thereof. $5 00
do. do. with Algeba. Histo
ry and Analysis 16,00
do. do. with French or Latin
$7,60
All brancl es reijuiied will be taught, and
every attention paid to the best modes ot
teaching and governing Schools.
JOHN MOORE. Principal.
July 1, 1803.
Claim Agency.
The subscriber has formed a partnership
with Andrews, Vaxsicklr and McGqy, -of Co
lnmbus, for the prosecution of all military
claims whatever, such as feack pay, Botjnt
Pensions, &c, &c, The long experience and
extensive practice of this Firm will it is hoped
secure public confidence. The subscriber wil
dat his office on Afain Street, Woodsfield
nearly opposite Dr. Smith's.
EDWARD ARCHBOLD,
Feb. 43 1869ino. Att'y at Law.
FAIRMNKS'
STANDARD
SCALES
OF AbL KINDS.
Also, Warehouse Trucks,
Letter Presses, Ac.
FAIRBANKS, UREENLEAF, &
CO
172, Lake Street, Chicago.
BST" Be careful to buy only the genu
ine. JEfa-Sold in Cincinnati by Fraber &
AlJBERY.
January 7, 1863. Iy.
Sale of School'
Land.
jVOTICE is hereby given, that there
" will be offered for sale at public
auction, t the front door of the court-house,
in Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohio, on the
22tl day of August next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. aud 4
o'clock P. M., the following described tract ot
j Land to wit
The eest half of the south east quarter of
section sixteen, township four, range four,
containing eighty acres, being the same land
sold by the Anditor of said County, on the
22d day of June A. D. J855, to W. R. Gorden
and afterwards transferred to W. H, Brock,
for the sum of $:503, and the said W. H.
Brock having failed to comply with the re
quirements of the Law under which the above
described tract of land was sold; the above
Land will have to sell for the sum of $1620,
64.8 to be paid on the day of the sale.
Also the west half of the south cast quar
ter of section sixteen, township four, range
four, being the same land sold by the Auditor
of said Connty, on the 22d day of June A. D.
1855, to W. H. Brock for tbe sum of $652,
and the said W. H. Brock, having failed to
comply with the requirements of the Law un
der which the above des rib id tract of land
was sold; the above laud will have to sell for
the sum of $565.39,2 to be paid on the day
of sale. M. HOEFFI.ER,
Auditor, M. C. O.
July 1, 1863 6w.
The following Ordinance was passed Apul
27th, 1863:
it Ordained bt the Cobscil of the In
corporated Village of Woodsfield, That
it shall be unlawful for any person, except
the Street Commissioner, to take or carry
away any of the soil or ground in any Street
or Alley within the Incorporated Village of
Woodsfield, without the consent rf the owner
or owners of lots or land adjoining such
Street or Alley, and also the consent of the
Street Commissioner.
That any person violating this Ordinance
shall be fined in any sum not exceeding ten
dollars.
That this Ordinance be published In the
Spirit of Democracy."
S. GRIMSHAW, ATayor.
. D. Stacvbr, Becorder.
Woodsfield, May 27, 1863.--4W.
"So pent-op Etiea contract! our powm,
For the whole komdltM Continent ia onn '
and
have been introduced to the public for mor
than six years, and have acquired an
far exceeding any Family Medicines of a
similar nature in the market.
An appreciating public was not long in
discovering they possessed remarkable
and hence their
and consequent profit to the Proprietor, thus
enabling him to expend
of dollars each year in advertising their
merits, and publ;shing the
which have been showered upon him from
-KW ayy. W, CoyyxvVcy.
The peculiarity of the
is that they strike at the root of Disease,
by eradicating every particle of impurity
"XY Y "B.Oo,
for the life and health of the body depends
upon the purity of the blood.
If the blood is poisoned, the body dragti
out a miserable existence. These medicine
for curing
Borofula, Syphilis,
Skin (JHseases, Old Sores,
Ba.lt IfJieum, JfheumaV.sm,
(Dyspepsia, SiaJc Haadach,
Liver Complaint, Fever and. figp,
Leusorrhaaa, female Complaints
JFb-ysipelas, 3t jlnthony's irtt
Tumors, Eruptions'
Jfits, Scrofulous Consumption, eto.
i $
OlfE person writes, her daughter was cured
of fits of nine years' standing, and St Vitus
dance of two years.
ANOTHER writes, his son was cured
after his flesh had almost wasted away.
The doctors pronounced the case insura
ble. ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Agao
after trying every medicine in his reaoh.
ANOTHER was cured of Fever Soro
which had existed fourteen years.
AN OTHER of Rh eumat.sm of eight yean.
Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint could be mentioned in which tho
Purifier and Pills
are the most active and thorough pills that
have ever been introduced.
They act so directly upon the Liver, excit
ing that organ to such an extent as that tho
system does not relapse into its former con
dition, which is too apt to be the case with
simply a purgative pilL
They are really a
which, in conjunction with the
will eure all the aforementioned diseases,
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Beadaahe, Costiveness,
Colic (Pains, Cholera Jforbus,
Indigestion, (Pain, in the Rowels,
(2Hzziness, eta.
Try these
rerret it
tedicines, and you will never
Ask your neighbors, who have used them,
and they will say they are
and yoa should try them before going for
physician.
Get a Pamphlet or Almanac of vsf local
agent, and read the certificates, and if yoa
have ever doubted you will
oaV vs.o mote,
Al a proof that tha Blood Purifier and Pills are
fwetablo, I have the certfflcatea of those eminent
lata, Profoasors Chilton of N. Y.,and Locke of Cincl
Bead Dr. Roback'a Special Notice and Certificate pub
naked in a conspicuous part of thi Paper from time t
time.
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Purifier, SI
per bottle, or $5 per halfdoxen. Of the Scandiuavian Veg
etable Blond Pills, 25 cents per box, or 6 lioxea for $1.
Principal Office and Salesroom, No. 6 Cast Fonrth 8,
Sd Building from Main St., Cincinnati, O. Laboratory,
No. IS Hammond Street.
FOR SALE BY
G. H. Davenport, WoodsfieVi; H. C. Kotiehno
Malaga; Christian Sander, Brownsville; Vanlaw,
Alexander & Co., Cameron; John W. Baroilt,
Stafford; Wagonfleld & Co., Jacobshurg; Tipton
&Powell, Jerusalem; Jacob T. Morrill, Claring
ton; J. H. & ,J. F. Thornbnry, Beallsville; and
by Druggists and Merchants generally throngh-
uot the United States and Canada.
. Jcdkin's & Hall, Woodsfield, O.
9 Jan. 3, 1863. ly.
July If), 1863.
4teg ailandighain's Record, for sale at
this Office.
Notice in Attachment.
John C, Hess, Administrator of the Estate of
Samuel B. Smith, Deceased,
against
Nathan M. Smith, Defendant,
BEFORE William L. Pearson, J. P. of Suns
bury Township, Monroe County, Ohio, on
the 80th day of April A. D. 1863, said Jus
tice issued an order of attachment in the
above action, for the sum of one hundred and
fifty two dollars a id seventy-five cents.
JOHN C. HESS.
June 3, 1! 63
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